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Below is Australian research that examines attitudes, barriers and training needs of service providers to people with disability here in NSW as well as research examining the sexual behavior, sexual esteem and sexual satisfaction of people with a broad range of physical disability with varying levels of both severity and duration.
2003 » Sexual Esteem, Sexual Satisfaction, and Sexual Behavior Among People With Physical Disability (PDF 59kb) - Marita P. McCabe, Ph.D. and George Taleporos, B.A.(Hons.), G.Dip.(Ed. Psych., Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol. 32, No. 4, August 2003, pp. 359–369. The aim of this study was to examine the sexual behavior, sexual esteem, and sexual satisfaction of people with a broad range of physical disability with varying levels of both severity and duration. This study investigated the association between the severity and duration of physical disability and sexual esteem, sexual depression, sexual satisfaction and the frequency of sexual behavior. A total of 1,196 participants completed the study.
2002 » Touching Base Survey
Touching Base Survey of service providers to people with a disability – exploring the barriers to delivering and accessing sex work services. The Touching Base Committee initiated this ground-breaking research that examines attitudes, barriers and training needs of service providers to people with disability here in NSW.
Scarlet Road Documentary
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Policy and Procedural Guide
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